AMERICAN comedian Reginald D. Hunter will return to the Great Yorkshire Fringe this summer with a new show at the Grand Opera House, York, on July 28.

Further details of his fresh content are yet to be revealed but Hunter has a reputation for searingly honest, even controversial material, garnering him a cross-generational fan base.

His televisons appearances have included Have I Got News For You? and the BBC2 series Reginald D Hunter’s Songs Of The South, documenting his epic road trip through 150 years of American popular song.

He last appeared in York in June 2017 when he defied a broken leg to perform Some People V. Reginald D. Hunter at the Grand Opera House, where he took to the stage in a fire off his comic arrows in the direction of Donald Trump.

Tickets for Hunter's 8pm go on sale this morning at the Cumberland Street theatre box office, on 0844 871 3024 or at The Great Yorkshire Fringe will run in York from July 19 to 29.